Combining a fresh Norwegian spirit with a long and proud international heritage

Precision, quality, speed and efficiency are combined with a flexible 'can-do' attitude at Aero Norway.

The team harnesses the special characteristics of strength, focus and independence that embody the Company's approach to business and customer service and are synonymous with the Norwegian way of life. Totally reliable, operators are reassured that the trust they place in Aero Norway to deliver the very best engine MRO is fully justified.

Sverd I fjell (Swords in Rock) was created in Stavanger by sculptor Fritz Roed from Bryne and unveiled by King Olav V of Norway in 1983. The three bronze swords stand 10 metres tall and they commemorate the historic battle of Hafrsfjord when, in 872, King Harald Fairhair gathered all of Norway under one crown. The largest sword represents the victorious Harald, and the two smaller swords represent the defeated kings. The monument also exemplifies peace: the swords are planted into solid rock so they may never be removed.

CFM56 Series engine services focused on total precision